Sumo Robot League Spring Class

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Sumo Robot League will have a Spring Class at!

Participants will receive a robot which they will assemble and learn to code to compete in the Spring Tournament on April 22nd at The class is open to anyone in the CSRA, ages 14 and above. This is a 9-week after-school program, meeting on Tuesdays from 5:30-7:30pm, beginning February 7th and ending April 18th in time for the Spring Tournament.

A required information session will be held on Tuesday January 31st at from 5:30-6:30pm. Applications are due February 2nd. There are 10 spots available for this class.

Apply now to be one of the 10 students admitted into our Spring Sumo Robot League, fully funded in partnership with Community in Schools, SantaCon, and MailChimp. If there are more than 10 applicants, participants will be chosen at random in a lottery. Accepted students will be announced February 3rd.



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